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eCompanions (Electronic Course Companions) are now available for our Health Disciplines students currently enrolled in the following first semester courses: BIO105 (Anatomy & Physiology), MED105 (Medical Terminology), BIO130 (Anatomy & Physiology for Health Professionals with Lab), HIT100 (Healthcare Delivery Systems) and PHM100 (Fundamentals of Pharmacy Practice), as well as BIO110 (Microbiology for Allied Health Professionals).

Accessed via the College’s Moodle Learning Management System, eCompanions provide students with posted weekly learning objectives, presentations, video and/or audio clips, relevant journal articles, practice quizzes, and other resources designed to enhance student learning in or out of the classroom.

The Division of Health Disciplines, in conjunction with the Office of Distance Learning, is looking forward to expanding our eCompanion offerings in the near future to better serve students at all academic levels.

For more information, students should contact their instructor or Joseph Lathan, Associate Director of Distance Learning at jlathan@asa.edu.

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